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by Sharon Rondeau

Deborah Jeane Palfrey, AKA “the DC Madam”

(Apr. 5, 2016) — The Post & Email was told by an impeccable source on Tuesday evening that the Gateway Pundit blog is in possession of DC Madam “records from 2007 that were publicly released” rather than those ordered shuttered by a Washington, DC Circuit Court judge in May of that year.

Deborah Jeane Palfrey, dubbed the “DC Madam,” fell under federal investigation in 2004 for activities stemming from her escort service which eventually resulted in her prosecution and conviction on money-laundering and wire fraud charges.  Several high-ranking military members, Sen. David Vitter, a State Department official and others were revealed to have been clients of Palfrey’s company.

Vitter admitted that which the telephone records revealed, and the State Department official resigned.

Palfrey reportedly committed suicide on May 1, 2008 rather than face incarceration, although some suspect that she was murdered.  Her former attorney, Montgomery Blair Sibley, has since mid-January unsuccessfully petitioned all of the pertinent courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court, to lift the restraining order which has been in place since May 2007.  Sibley has maintained that the unreleased records contain information “relevant” to the 2016 presidential election.

Over the weekend, various blogs reported having posted the previously-released records but not the 815 names and phone numbers Sibley reported having placed on a 72-hour countdown clock on Friday.

It is rumored that presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s name is in Palfrey’s “little black book.”  Gateway Pundit appears to believe or have confirmed that Cruz’s name is in the already-released records.

On March 23, the National Enquirer published a story claiming that Cruz has had five “mistresses,” one of whom was allegedly based in the Washington, DC area.  Cruz denied the claim but does not appear to have filed a defamation lawsuit.  He has accused Donald Trump and his former adviser, Roger Stone, of planting the story at the Enquirer.

Several days ago, The Post & Email attempted to contact the Enquirer for comment on Cruz’s denials of the story as well as those of two of the alleged women involved but received no response.

The Post & Email has reason to believe that a new development might occur on Wednesday.

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